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Ruling out stereotypes | Jennifer Taylor and Jessica Piper

Thursday, August 16, 2018 @ 1:17 PM | By Jennifer Taylor and Jessica Piper

We were disappointed to read a recent The Lawyer’s Daily article setting out rules that women law students should follow during their articling interviews. These included, “Wear a skirt” and “Ensure that your skirt is not too short and not too long.” Let’s be clear: In 2018, women don’t need to wear skirts to job interviews (or hide their family status, or talk about sports they’re not interested in — which were two of the other rules in the article).

Even if you admit that these...